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Counselor Colloquium

Each year we gather high school counselors from Colorado's Western Slope together with college admissions representatives from 20+ colleges and universities. Through a series of workshops, panels and presentations, we create an open dialogue about the best ways to help our students navigate their future with educational opportunities, college and beyond. 


Location:  Virtual

Date: Thursday April 29th

Time: 9AM-12:30PM

Cost: Free


  • Financial Aid-Not Enough? (Multiple Offerings)

  • The Future of Test Optional

  • Relationship Building with Colleges

  • Application Bootcamp

  • Gap Year?

  • Letters of Recommendation – Advice from Colleges

  • Q&A with Colleges

We'll begin with a keynote and conclude with closing remarks. The descriptions of these talks as well as all the sessions are provided in the registration link above. We hope you are able to join us virtually!

Questions? Please reach out to or 970-309-4352.


As we consider the best way to reach the students of the Colorado Western Slope in pursuit of post-secondary options, College Outreach is again hosting a colloquium for counselors from Western Slope high schools to meet, learn and collaborate on the current educational opportunities and admissions landscape with admissions representatives from a variety of colleges and universities.


Previously, College Outreach had hosted a series of seminars (College Next Spring Seminars) for high school students and their parents. The seminars, given by college admissions representatives, included topics to help students better prepare their college application process - financial aid, student athletes, essay writing and more. We believe we are better able to prepare students by enabling their counselors access to the most relevant, up-to-date, information on the post-secondary process. By bringing in representatives from a variety of post-secondary programs, colleges and universities, counselors will be able to get answers to the questions most relevant for our Western Slope students. 

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